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Linux Gazette #47 (November 1999) is available

Oct 30, 1999, 23:23 (0 Talkback[s])

"Linux Gazette...Making Linux just a little more fun!"

Linux Gazette is a freely available, WWW e-zine that includes short articles giving tips and tricks, ideas and suggestions for customizing and running Linux. It is a member of the Linux Documentation Project.

Linux Gazette issue #47, November 1999, is out and can be found at:
http://www.linuxgazette.com/

For download purposes, individual issues of LG are available at:
http://www.linuxgazette.com/mirrors.html

Topics in this issue include:

  • The Front Page
  • Linux Gazette FAQ
  • The MailBag
    • Help Wanted & Article Ideas
    • General Mail
  • News Bytes
    • Distro news
    • News in General
    • Software Announcements
  • The Answer Guy, by James T. Dennis
  • More 2 Cent Tips
  • Bob Young Speaks at LXNY, by Stephen Adler
  • Explorations In Linux Sound, by Larry Ayers
  • Linux on Token Ring, by Eugene Blanchard
  • Introduction to Socket Programming, by Pedro Paulo Ferreira Bueno
  • Multiboot MS-DOS 6.22 - Windows98 - Windows NT Server 4.0 - Linux, by Tom de Blende rms @ UBC, by Eric Hayashi
  • Setting Up a Linux Server Network, by Alex Heizer
  • Securing Linux: The First Steps, by Peter Lukas
  • Programming on language Dino, by Vladimir N. Makarov
  • Chez Marcel, by Marty McGowan
  • Micro Publishing, by Rick Holbert and Mark Nielsen
  • Emacs Macros and the Power-Macros Package, by Jesper Kjær Pedersen
  • Backup for the Home Network, by JC Pollman and Bill Mote
  • Running UNIX At Home, by Rob Reid
  • Developing Web Applications at Home - Part 1, by Anderson Silva
  • LSOTM (Linux Site O' The Month): LinuxNewbie.org, by Slambo TCP for Transactions, by Mark Stacey
  • Teaching web site construction with Linux, by Alan Ward
  • The Back Page
    • About This Month's Authors
    • Not Linux